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- Silk Road founder hit with life imprisonment – USA TODAY
- How Google ATAP's Wacky Ideas Could Change The Way We Use Gadgets – ReadWrite
- At Google I/O, no huge surprises but a honing of critical products – PCWorld
- Saigas, an Endangered Antelope, Dying of Mystery Disease – New York Times
- Here's How That One Weird Text Message Crashes Your iPhone (Probably) – Huffington Post
- Modern humans migrated out of Africa from Egypt unlike previously believed – Zee News
- Facebook Finally Adds Animated GIF Support – PC Magazine
- UNESCO heritage experts decide not to list Great Barrier Reef as 'in danger' – Sydney Morning Herald
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- Google is partnering with Levi's to create smart pants that can control your phone (GOOG)
- Lenovo's Windows 10 devices will get unique Cortana features
- Google Jump brings 360-degree GoPro array to Virtual Reality (cardboard) – whuuut
- KYOCERA introduces next generation 3D printer
- How Oculus Could Extend Into The Real World, Thanks To Surreal Vision
- Lenovo phone beams virtual keyboard
- Setting up a surveillance camera this weekend and have a few questions
- Meet An Origami Robot That Can Build Itself, Run Around, And Then Dissolve
- Bold Knot Is A Cute Top-Up Charger Built By A Startup From The West Bank
- Google’s Ara Modular Phone Takes A Real Photo From A Snap-In Camera
- Google’s Project Vault Is A Secure Computing Environment On A Micro SD Card, For Any Platform
- Google ATAP’s Project Jacquard Wants To Weave Sensors Into Your Clothes
- Levi’s Is The First Official Partner For Google ATAP’s Jacquard Connected Fabric
- ATAP’s ‘Soli’ Radar-Based Gesture Control Could Be The Perfect Wearable Interface
- The Agenda For The Europas Conference: AI, Drones, Health, FinTech, Fashion & More
- This is Android M’s “highly experimental” multi-window mode for tablets
- Low-end VR: Playing with Google’s new Cardboard headset
- Android M makes another attempt at automated device backups
- Android M has a dark theme option
- De-crapping the Windows Store, take two
- Google releases bigger, iPhone-compatible Cardboard VR viewer
- Hands-on (again) with the Nvidia Shield—the first good Android TV device
- Google Maps allows turn-by-turn navigation—offline
- US military testing a Tinker Bell-sized drone
- Google's Cardboard Design Lab teaches VR with (what else) VR
- With Android Pay, Google gets mobile payments right
- Highly anticipated horror game 'SOMA' hits PC and PS4 in September
- Dolby Digital Plus surround sound plugs into Microsoft's Edge
- Reuters: US launched a failed Stuxnet-like attack on North Korea
- Google's Project Loon improves launch and range to expand its reach
- Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht sentenced to life in prison
- The Incredible Calculations That Keep Google's Project Loon Aloft
- Android M And Chrome Are Finally Doing Something Great For Users
- Fact-Checking San Andreas With a Seismologist
- US Tried to Attack North Korea's Nukes With a Computer Virus and Failed
- How Did The Ancient Vikings Make This Super-Strong Sword?
- Hands-On: Google's Project Tango Is Now Sized for Smartphones
- Oh My God, An Electric Dildo From 1894
- Google I/O Wrap-Up: Android M, Photos, Cardboard, and Everything Else
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